Upgrade Your Home Audio With Sony's Mini Soundbar For $198 - Amazon Deals

Amazon is discounting the popular Sony Mini Soundbar and wireless subwoofer (the HT-MT300/B model, in case you were wondering), dropping the price down to just $198. That is good for around 43-percent off of its regular price. 

This soundbar from Sony is technically "mini" but the sound that it outputs is definitely not. This is going to work great for TVs of all sizes, but if you have a smaller one, like a 43-inch TV, it'll look great sitting in front of it, due to its size. Like most soundbars, this is going to be able to fill a pretty large room with sound, without a lot of effort, which is good to see.

Sony does include a wireless subwoofer with this soundbar, which is also somewhat small, compared to other wireless subwoofers out there. But since this is Sony, it is still going to output a ton of bass, which is going to be good to see. Especially for those that watch movies and TV shows with a lot of bass in them. Of course, this is going to be a great upgrade for the Super Bowl next week.

The Sony Mini soundbar is available from Amazon for just $198 using the link down below.

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